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Come to L.A. Parent’s Special Needs Resource Fair

L.A. Parent is hosting a resource fair for families with special needs from noon-3 p.m. Dec. 11 at Skirball Cultural Center (2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., L.A.; We hope you'll join us! Admission is free. The event will celebrate diversity in the arts with a performance by The Miracle Project (, an award-winning theater arts program for kids on the … Read Article

gifts for kids

These Gift Cards Pay for College

Wayne Weber was always the “cool uncle” who liked to delight his nieces and nephews with new toys on gift-giving occasions. But as they grew, he started to think about their futures as well. Just in time for this holiday season, Weber, CEO of Gift of College Inc., launched Gift of College gift cards, making it easy – and fun – to help support a child’s college education. And you can buy the … Read Article

children's books

L.A. Dad Adds Gift to Princess Heroes Book Series

As the father of 9-year-old twin daughters, L.A. author Sanjay Nambiar is keen on writing stories that broaden the scope of how girls see themselves. “The Gift of Gift,” the second book in his Super Amazing Princess Heroes (SAPH) series, was released in November. “Girls need role models that are just as powerful as boy role models,” says Nambiar, who says the book aims to marry the feminine … Read Article


Ultimate Frisbee Gets New Name and More Fun

  In 2024, the Olympic Games might come to L.A. And one of the possible new additions to the roster of athletic events is Ultimate (originally called Ultimate Frisbee). That gives your kids plenty of time to jump on the Ultimate bandwagon – and Southern California Youth Ultimate (SCYU) is ready to help. “Now is the time, more than ever, for L.A. to take the lead on this new and … Read Article